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March, 2005

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    Exposing Project and Configuration Properties

    Exposing Project and Configuration Properties New project types might need new project properties. This walkthrough guides you through the steps of creating project and configuration properties and accessing them through the Project Properties dialog...
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    Adding an Icon to a Command on a Toolbar

    Commands can appear on both menus and toolbars. On toolbars, it is common for a command to be displayed with just an icon (to save space) while on menus a command typically appears with both an icon and text. Icons are 16 pixels wide by 16 pixels high...
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    Spamming the Bloggers

    I knew there was some spam problems associated with being a blogger, but I had no idea how bad it was until I started this blog. I get 30 to 50 comment SPAMs a day now. I have only been blogging for a couple of weeks. I reported the IP address to my host...
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    VSIP: Exposing Properties and Stuff

    This walkthrough guides you through the steps of exposing the public properties of any object to the Property Browser. Tools windows and document windows expose properties this way. The changes you make to properties through these windows can be reflected...
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    Support? Service with a Smile.

    I've gotten a number of requests to help individuals with their individual Visual Studio challenges. I've been trying to figure out how to put this nicely. I can't help each of you and do my job here; maybe if cloning becomes an option... However,...
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